Name at least three things you like about a game that you supremely dislike.
>Character designs were neat
>Medieval theme was sweet
>The bosses were hard to beat
Dragon Age Inquisition
>Character Customization and all the playable races
>Party system of DA games is reminiscent stripped down version of BG and Icewind so I kind of enjoy it
I'll try.. Dragon Age: Inquisition:
>The lighting is pretty nice
>The environments and levels are fairly differentiated and don't get terribly stale
>You can... You can.. Uh.. The base has several ways to customize it?
Basically, I thought Namco just deliberately made a game with unfair and random difficulty spikes, trial and error deaths, a generic non-sensical fantasy-bollocks story, and deliberately shitty controls, so that players that actually learn to adapt to all that shit can just yell 'GID GUD' at those who call it out for being bullshit.
Granted, Dark Souls 2 DID slightly improve on this, as I actually got roughly 10 hours of fun out of it before I just fell into the same problems put forward by DS1.
Long story short, I tried getting into it numerous times, but I just don't get the appeal.
Customizing the heroes' abilities and gaining special class bonuses kept combat interesting.
The story-driven campaign maps were pretty good.
Offering two building options per creature level in towns allowed for different army combinations within the same faction, adding replay value.
I like the concept of this thread, too bad I don't hate any game
>at least it was a video game (usually)
>transforming levels were kind of cool (but gimmicky)
>Barbas fight looked great (actual gameplay was shit though)
>picture that uses a browser exploit will infect your computer just because you have it saved somewhere, even if you don't open it in the browser
>it's impossible to program malware to not target your own computer
Hm... The only game that I've ever HATED is probably Empire:Total War, I was a big fan of the previous ones and ETW really disappointed me. I bought it day 1 at the highest price...
>Having the whole world to conquer is cool, you felt cockblocked in the previous ones
>First time a Total War went on steam so we had cool new stuff like achievements, which I didn't know before (was my first game on Steam and probably the first game I played in multiplayer)
>In spite of the fucking thousands of bugs in the game, I'll admit they fixed a lot of them
Jesus, it's really hard to defend a game that made you quit.
That picture actually doesn't contain any virus. It's just a badly compressed image. It's impossible to upload images with embedded files in this site, so there is literally nothing wrong with this.